Dear Jim and Jamie Dutcher, I have been a fan of your work since I was a child, like no doubt many others, I was first introduced to yourself by living with wolves documentary. It was easily the most important documentary of my life as it reflected exactly how I can always remember feeling, that wolves are special. Fast forward to now where I am a head veterinary nurse at the age of 25 and it’s safe to say you’ve had an important impact on my life. I am a qualified zookeeper and hold a natural science degree. I’ve had the opportunity to work with a variety of large predators and the eventual aim is to combine my veterinary nursing and zoological experience into one singular career. Whether this happens or not remains to be seen, but the one constant is the love I have for the sawtooth pack. They and yourselves inspired me in so many ways that I probably don’t recognize to this day and for that I am truthfully grateful to yourselves.   I am sure you get this a lot but I wanted to Thankyou for everything you’ve done and for helping me in your own unknowing ways. I am gutted I missed out on your talk in England a few years ago whilst I was abroad and am praying you will be back at some point for a talk? I hope you are both keeping well and hope to hear from you soon Kindest regards

Adam Gregory

Dear Jim and Jamie Dutcher,

I have been a fan of your work since I was a child, like no doubt many others, I was first introduced to yourself by living with wolves documentary. It was easily the most important documentary of my life as it reflected exactly how I can always remember feeling, that wolves are special.

Fast forward to now where I am a head veterinary nurse at the age of 25 and it’s safe to say you’ve had an important impact on my life. I am a qualified zookeeper and hold a natural science degree. I’ve had the opportunity to work with a variety of large predators and the eventual aim is to combine my veterinary nursing and zoological experience into one singular career. Whether this happens or not remains to be seen, but the one constant is the love I have for the sawtooth pack. They and yourselves inspired me in so many ways that I probably don’t recognize to this day and for that I am truthfully grateful to yourselves.

I am sure you get this a lot but I wanted to Thankyou for everything you’ve done and for helping me in your own unknowing ways. I am gutted I missed out on your talk in England a few years ago whilst I was abroad and am praying you will be back at some point for a talk?

I hope you are both keeping well and hope to hear from you soon

Kindest regards

Adam Gregory